The National Assembly says six months after 44 constitution bills were passed and transmitted to State Houses of Assembly, only 11 out of the 36 State Houses of Assembly have considered the bills.
The parliament said the 25 other State Houses of Assembly have refused to act on the bills.
Chairman of the National Assembly Constitution Review Committee, Ovie Omo-Agege, stated this at a press conference on the status of the 44 constitution amendment bills, at the National Assembly on Tuesday.
According to the Deputy Senate President, a letter was received from the Conference of Speakers of State Houses of Assembly that the remaining states will not act on the bills unless the National Assembly passes four new bills they proposed.
The bills are establishment of state police, state judicial council, streamline procedure for removing presiding officers of state houses of assembly and a bill to institutionalise legislative bureaucracy in the constitution.